Copperline Amber Ale - Carolina Brewery
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3.4/5 rDev -0.3%
On-tap at the Carolina Brewery. A....well...copper color that is clear, with a thin layer of off-white head. Some lacing. Aromas are hidden well, but there was a fruity-caramel note. Flavor is more of the same, with a good base of malty sweetness with a dash of hops for effect. Finishes clean, with little to no aftertaste. Good mouthfeel and drinkability for this one. It is easy to see why this beer was in three of the kegs that were picked up while we were there.
03-29-2004 00:27:54 | More by OldFrothingSlosh
3.45/5 rDev +1.2%
The appearance obviouly influenced the name. Because it resembled copper and was particularly beautiful when light would shine through the glass. It has a good taste that is minimally bitter. It was like so much on tap a couple of growlers were purchased.
02-15-2007 02:08:48 | More by awester462
3.58/5 rDev +5%
Bold, copper color with a thin, off white head. Copperline has a nice blend of hops and malt in the nose and in the taste, with a nice, round and crisp mouthfeel. The malt stands out nicely in this easy drinking brew, and it has a nice bitterness. It was a good accompanyment to fish and chips and is an above average amber--but I have had better. Solid.
09-26-2003 00:29:23 | More by RockyTopHeel
3.48/5 rDev +2.1%
Pours a transparent copper color with a big, soft, white, foamy head with great retention. The nose offers light malt with some faint earthy hops and some faint caramel. The flavor is quite simple; very caramelly, smooth, very little hops in the finish. The mouthfeel is a smooth, medium body that's a little chewy and with little carbonation.
This is a good, drinkable beer but in the end it's one dimensional and forgettable. I probably will go with the brewery's other offerings before this one.
03-16-2012 23:16:45 | More by tdm168
2.3/5 rDev -32.6%
On tap at the brewery.
Amber in color with a small whitish head.
Herbal hops on the aroma with caramel malt and some cardboard notes.
The flavor also has cardboard. Are the beers here somehow getting oxidized? Pretty weak besides that with caramel and mild hop notes.
Medium-light body with average carbonation.
Really not too enjoyable.
03-01-2011 02:19:44 | More by nickd717
3.38/5 rDev -0.9%
Clear amber color with a white head.
Light bready malt nose with a hint of hop.
Coppery bready malts with again a hint of hop bitterness. Maybe some brown sugar like sweetness.
Medium body with a light tingle of carbonation.
A decent enjoyable brew, not fantastic but solid and thirst-quenching. I would have this again.
05-28-2012 22:46:13 | More by Cylinsier
3.4/5 rDev -0.3%
Appearance: Copper colored body with a small head and a little lacing
Smell: Lightly malted and bready
Taste: Sweet start from the malts with a slightly hoppy finish; well-balanced but a bit bland
Mouthfeel: Nicely carbonated with a medium body
Drinkability: Another easy-to-drink brew from Carolina Brewery.
01-06-2005 23:07:15 | More by brentk56
3.18/5 rDev -6.7%
Poured a shiny bronze color. Lots of white foam that dissolved to a thin fuzz. Carbonation bubbles sped crazily toward the surface. Aroma reminded me of water crackers.
Flavor was fairly simple--malty with a slight hop presence that slightly lingers into the finish. Kind of an overall earthy quality. Medium body. Fairly well balanced. Kind of had a Oktoberfest flavoring going on but not quite the feel of an Oktoberfest. Alright in a pich but the Carolina Brewery has better options.
10-19-2006 20:32:45 | More by MuddyFeet
3.73/5 rDev +9.4%
Appearance: Reddish clear. Off-white head, poured at the tap room very pretty head.
Aroma: Sweet caramel malts blast in the aroma. The sweetness is slightly leaning toward caramel candy. There is a bit of nuttyness in the sweet candy aroma though.
Taste: Caramel candy sweetness is solid up front, leading to a slow lingering finish. The hops lend a slight bitterness, but they're not so evident in the flavor, just the tingly bitterness. There are slight hints of fruit, like puffs of cherry throughout the sweetness.
Notes: Very good drinkability. This beer doesn't have a whole lot of depth, or a whole lot of bold flavors, but what it does have is drinkability in spades.
07-08-2004 02:24:41 | More by beerinator
Copperline Amber Ale from Carolina Brewery
79 out of 100 based on 44 ratings.